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Tax Issues and Concessions for Inbound Expats

Published on 14 Nov 2006 | Took place at The Crowne Plaza, Parramatta, and The Menzies Hotel, Sydney, NSW

This seminar series was held in:
- Parramatta on 9 November 2006
- Sydney on 14 November 2006.

Many industries are facing increasing difficulties attracting skilled workers. One solution that has often been placed in the ‘too hard basket’ - employing foreign workers - is becoming more common, aided by recent legislative changes making this much easier, and broadening the already generous tax concessions available. There are a multitude of tax issues for inbound expatriates to consider, and this can seem very daunting for the employees, businesses and their advisers. However, many business owners and managers are starting to see that with some careful attention and planning they can achieve significant benefits for both the business and the expatriate employees.

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Individual sessions

Tax issues for inbound expats

Author(s):  Peter BEMBRICK

This presentation brings you real examples, exploring the main Australian tax issues faced by expat employees, the common pitfalls and suggested solutions that will add value for your clients. Topics include:

  • residency, including the implications of short-term and long-term assignments
  • living away from home allowance exemptions, FBT and salary packaging issues
  • the new tax concessions for temporary residents, including CGT exemptions
  • issues associated with Medicare and social security benefits
  • superannuation, including issues associated with existing foreign pension plans.
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November tax update

Author(s):  Kamlee COOREY This presentation provides an update of tax develoments in November 2006.

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